Thanks for your help Eliot and Doug, and sorry for taking so long for me to reply. As you described, I used for example the and referenced it usingflink.ronny
Seems I screwed up the thread by deleting my reply, trying to clarify that only the "fn callout" disappeared. Thanks for your reply again, this makes things aflink.ronny
The behavior you describe is correct: If you put an @id attribute on then it is *never* shown at the point of occurrence but must be referenced by .drmacro
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